In 2010, Amelia Curran‘s album Hunter Hunter won a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (Solo). She also received 4 ECMA nominations, 4 Music NL awards, 3 Music NS awards and a place on the 2010 Polaris Long List.
In 2012 Curran released her follow-up album, Spectators. That album is now nominated for a Juno in the Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (Solo) category. The Juno will be handed out on April 21st at the awards ceremony in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Before heading off to the Juno awards ceremony, Curran will be playing a number of shows in Atlantic Canada including April 3rd and 4th at The Company House. It is rare to see a Juno Award winner in such an intimate environment so you will not want to miss this one. It should sell out.
The show starts at 8:30 and tickets are only $20 adv (or $25 at the door if any remain). Purchase tickets for April 3rd. Purchase tickets for April 4th.
In the meantime, enjoy videos for “What Will You Be Building” & “Blackbird On Fire” from Spectators, “The Mistress” from Hunter Hunter and my favourite Amelia Curran song “Scattered and Small” from 2008’s War Brides.